Kinect Hack Demo App

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Demo app that shows some of the OpenNI capabilities with the Kinect Hardware. This app was developed so that anyone can use it as a base framework for OpenNI Kinect development. Eight projects, one VS2010 solution. Each Production node has it's independent source project, an...



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